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Beach Glass Steps Up In Class

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Paul MacDonell does not have a reputation for hyperbole, and the Hall of Famer has sat behind some of harness racing’s most accomplished performers. Thus, saying that rookie pacing colt …

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London Virtual Yearling Sale Ends Today

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Individual yearling auctions in the fourth and final session of the 2021 London Virtual Yearling Sale close beginning today (Thursday, Oct. 21) at 12 p.m. Eastern Time. The first session took place …

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Mohawk Race Office Phone Down

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The Race Office at Woodbine Mohawk Park is currently experiencing an outage with its phone system. All members of the harness racing community looking to enter horses for today’s (October …

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Repeat Winners In Autumn Series

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Last week’s first-round Ontario Autumn Series winners, Sheza Gamer ($7.70) and SG Alexia ($14.90), beat the favourites in their respective $8,500 second-round Ontario Autumn Series events on Wednesday (Oct. 20) …

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Brodys Scrapper Scoots To London Win

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Driver Travis Cullen capitalized off a pocket trip with Rachel Andrew trainee Brodys Scrapper to take the $10,000 Horses & Geldings Preferred 3 Pace on Tuesday (Oct. 19) at The …

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Harvest Series Underway At Mohawk

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Two-year-old fillies were in the spotlight Monday evening at Woodbine Mohawk Park as pacers and trotters sparred in four divisions of the Ontario Sired Harvest Series. Quebecoise took down the first …

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Oney Hall Holds On In Preferred

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Oney Hall went to the front and didn’t look back en route to a 1:52.4 triumph in Monday’s $34,000 Preferred Trot at Woodbine Mohawk Park. With Trevor Henry at the …

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Tattoo Artist Ties Yonkers Record

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Tattoo Artist inked his name next to Theartofconfusion A and American History in the record book at Yonkers Raceway by winning the $48,000 Open Handicap Pace on Monday night in …

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Gagnon Hot At Rideau

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Guy Gagnon sent four pupils to the winner’s circle while steering five and in the process sweeping the featured $9,200 Preferred Handicaps on the Sunday (Oct. 17) card at Rideau …